Gino Datuin
Gino Datuin
painting and drawing
Yiming Wu
These were so nice! I could see the lighting and contrast get much better in the latter two. very well done! Cheers!
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Gino Datuin
Thank you! It's tough but fun and convenient
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Gino Datuin
Here's another approach to the challenge. The Demon Prince and some silhouette ideas, but only got to explore one of them.
Demon Prince 2 Low Res
Demon Prince 2 sillouettes
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wehusn
You normally are into oleo technique?
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Gino Datuin
what is the oleo technique?
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Gino Datuin
Hey Marco, Thank you for your courses! Just wanted to ask if you recommend taking this course before your head painting course or vice versa, or if that even matters. I plan on doing both, but still debating on which one to do first when the time comes. Take care, Gino
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Gino Datuin
I also forgot to give you some context. I'm fairly new to digital painting and only been doing it for about four or five months now, first on affinity photo but now on Photoshop. Hope that helps.
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Gino Datuin
Hi everyone, I'm fairly new to digital painting and have been practicing for a couple of months now. Here are a few works I've done since starting. A lot of them vary in style as I'm still experimenting with the capabilities of Photoshop, and I'm taking different courses that teach different approaches. Please let me know what you think and, of course, feedback is greatly appreciated. Thanks and be safe, Gino
people of the land
charcoal portrait
doc ock (FINAL)
head4
portrait painting
Still Life Exercise (30 mins) low res
Coconut Head  Compressed
Game Kid   Compressed
Hand Study Compressed
hanna portrait Compressed
Gino Datuin
Demon Bastard Prince
Demon Prince Compressed
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A Lemur Forest Spirit
Proko challenge september 3
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Trumpet Dragon and out-of-work super hero, The Green Lemur.
Proko Challenge September 2
Proko Challenge September
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Tony Rothwell
tony50  7m Ok? I got up this morning in merry old England and saw your challenge and have been doing a bit of image bashing myself. I thought I’d try my hand here at the comp. Well, it said only a sketch. It’s called “who goes there?” Our anamorphic guard has been caught unawares he feels or is he being a bit to edgy after a night on the booze? Should this be my final entry? Or shall I give another idea I’ve got rolling around my head a shot before deadline date? Also , is it okay to tag this idea on Instagram under the comp tag?
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Gino Datuin
Wow these are great! I think my favorite is the Iron Horse.
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Gino Datuin
A simple warmup to the challenge. Never did anything like this before so feedback is appreciated. Also new to digital painting. Thanks in advanced.
Proko Challenge September
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A digital painting of Alfred Molina as Doctor Octopus from Sam Raimi's Spiderman. I recently started getting into digital painting so I'm still very unfamiliar with the tools. This was done with one brush to simplify the process for me and find a sort of workflow. Any feedback is greatly appreciated. I also attached some process shots to show my simple approach. Thanks!
doc ock (FINAL)
doc ock progress 1
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Gino Datuin
Here are a couple of quick head sketches done digitally from reference. I just started using Photoshop so I'm still trying to get used to the feel of the program. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.
headsketches
colormeant
I like it, you may need to add variety of cool colors to play with the warm colors, also adjusting some chroma in the lights , just an opinion, i like your work.
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Gino Datuin
Thank you! Color was definitely never my strong point, but I'm working on it!
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Smithies
This is cool! Your colours look great to me and the style is awesome. One critique might be to soften the hairline, and maybe bring it slightly forward
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Gino Datuin
Thank you so much for the critique. I really appreciate it and I see what you mean
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Jan D.
Love the angular shapes! Adds to the too hot of a day feeling I'm getting from it :D
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Gino Datuin
Thank you for your feedback! I am biased towards using straight lines rather than curves 😅
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Irvin Torres
Great work and great brushwork. I love the expression of the one in the middle.
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Gino Datuin
Thank you! I really appreciate the feedback
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Josh Sunga
I'm going to keep this post as a thread- as suggested by @Rubén Frutos ! The pace of these kinds of challenges are challenging!
Fortress
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Gino Datuin
Not a critique, but just wanted to say that I love your work and use of shapes but also the value that you provide others with your awesome critiques! Take care. Gino
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Yiming Wu
These are all quite nicely done, I notice you have a thing with those "rim-lighting" :D. My suggestion would be that the image overall seems a bit gray, but that could be the way it's digitized. However, the shirt on the third one and the ribbon on the second one seems pretty dark, so maybe you need to also push the contrast in the shadows a bit more to avoid a washed-out image?
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Gino Datuin
I see what you mean. Now that you mentioned it, it makes the rest of the painting look kind of unfinished. Thank you for you suggestion!
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Yiming Wu
I like the way you use wide brush strokes to keep the structure clean! also the colour is quite nice!
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Gino Datuin
thank you! this is my preferred method of working. Not much blending at all if any
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Yiming Wu
Neat! I like the blue reflections on the second one, really shows the structure of a face.
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Gino Datuin
Thank you! It was a bit tough. All of these were done with a limited palette. (modified zorn)
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